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this is fox 5 news at 10:00. >> tonight on fox 5, judgment day for jerry sandusky. the convicted child molester learns his fate. >> plus, d.c. hours away from hosting its first playoff baseball game since 1933. the nats getting ready for a
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pivotal game. and more than 100 organizations go together. how the transit agency is responding. >> we are going to start off with jerry sandusky's sentencing, three months after he was convicted of 45 counts of child sex abuse. the former penn state football coach learned he will likely die in prison after a judge sentenced him to 30 years behind bars. will thomas starts us off with his fate. >> you know, he knows he lost his freedom and essentially got a life sentence given his age. we don't know yet where sandusky will serve his time. it's going to be evaluated and tested and moved to his new permanent home behind bars. as you'll see after the convictions, all the victims that came forward, sandusky still says he lost in court to speck youlation. >> convicted pedophile, jerry sandusky, left the courthouse facing the next three decades behind bars. the 68-year-old will do at least 30 years in prison.
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>> obviously it's still a life sentence, but it was less than we thought it could have been. we are busy drafting our appeals right now. >> jerry never flinched from his position that he was innocent and that he wanted the opportunity to prove his innocence. >> sandusky is speaking before the sentence, once again denied any wrong doing. and ahead of his sentencing, he read an audio statement from his jail cell. >> they can take away my life. they can make me out as a monster. they can treat me as a monster. they can't take away my heart. in my heart, i know i did not do these alleged, disgusting acts. >> the prosecution has no sympathy for sandusky, calling his statements masterpieces of self-delusion. >> completely untethered from reality. without any acceptance of reality. in short, ridiculous. >> several victimgave impact statements during sentencing. they described how the
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traumatic experience changed them. some of the attacks happened inside the penn state facilities. the university president released a statement after the sentence. saying quote, while today's sentence cannot erase what has happened, hopefully, it will provide comfort to those affected by these horrible events. >> at least four young men are now suing penn state over the way the university responded to complaints about sandusky. and we're told more lawsuits are on the way. the school recently announced an effort to settle as many claims as possible by the end of the year. so shawn, this one not over yet. >> will thomas, thank you. another big story tonight, a monumental moment in the nation's capital. tomorrow, d.c. hosts its first playoff game in 79 years. fox 5's scott myth is here. is this a pivotal game for the nationals? >> it's fair to say that. it's been 79 years almost to the day. october 7, 1933, it was a 4-3
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world series loss to the new york giants. let's hope a different result tomorrow in game three against the cardinals. the best of five series split at one a piece. the team was back at nats park coming off monday's eight route run in los angeles. jason worth and the guys staying loose. they needing to shift that momentum back in that direction. it's an important one tomorrow and they are happy it's in front of the home fans. >> we feel comfortable being at home. we put ourselves in a good position to come home and win a series. if we can do that like we've done a lot of times this year, then we'll be sitting pretty. >> our fan base, all yearlong has been outstanding. they have been into the games as good as any fans i have been around. you know, we got rid of the philly fans, started taking up more space themselves. so it's been great. the guys really enjoyed playing here. we love the city.
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we love the ball park. we love the fans. >> now edwin jackson gets to start for the nats tomorrow. he's one of four nationals players with playoff experience. they won a world series with the cardinals last year. it was chilly out there today. how is the weather looking for game time tomorrow? sue is standing by in the weather center. sue. >> we have good news. it looks like mother nature is going to throw us a gem. the game is at 1:07. while we may start with fog and drizzle in the early morning, it looks like mid-morning, the sun is going to be back out and expecting upper 60s. a little breezy in the late innings as a cool front swings on through, it's going to be dry, take your sunglasses, you may need sunscreen. it looks perfect. scott and brian, we're excited. go nats tomorrow. >> so the cards and nats, they are even down the regular season. they played nine times. nats won five of them, but here at home, they are 3-1 against the cardinals. >> home field advantage. thanks, scott.
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if you are riding the rails to the game, metro has advice. avoid switching lines near downtown. so, stay away from metro center, gallery place if you can. might want to take the new jersey avenue entrance to the navy yard ball park station because it gets less crowded and make sure you have your fare card to avoid long lines at the vending machines. new tonight, metro is stuck in the middle of the controversy over politically charged advertisements now appearing in several metro stations. the ads have appeared at subway stations in san francisco and in new york city. as fox 5 tells us, opponents are now asking for equal time. >> the poster in question is behind glass on the platform here at the u street metro station. also on display at takoma park, georgia avenue, and glennmonte. >> i know nothing about it, but i read enough to learn about it. >> the message reads, in any war between the civilized man and the savage support the
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civilized man. adding, support israel, defeat jihad. >> it's a lot to take in, i guess i should say. >> my message is a message of love. i'm speaking out against tate. >> pamela is the new york woman who paid for these ads. >> our message is that any war on innocent civilians is savagely, 9/11 was savagely. >> some muslim americans see the message as an attack on islam. >> it's frustrating whenever someone uses the freedom of speech that is guaranteed by the prostitution as these ads do. >> abraham is with the council on american islamic relations. says he and other interfaith and civil rights groups have reached out to metro. >> to ask the transit authority to respond in a positive way, not by censoring, but by working with the arab american and muslim community,
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promoting mutual understanding, perhaps through another ad campaign that would counter the hate message in this campaign. >> metro officials don't give away ad space anywhere, but if care or any other group wants to counter this message with one of their own and a space becomes available, they are free to do it. they have to pay for the ad. >> and where in my message does it say muslim? >> but cares hooper says it is certainly implied. >> if she wants to spew hatred, she is free to do so in america, but it's up to the rest of the society, the mainstream practitioners to come together to repudiate hatred and promote mutual understanding. >> those posters did not go public without a fight. metro wanted to hold off, but the ads had to go up now. it was concerned about public safety and adding fuel to the
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fires burning recently. so far, reaction here has been muted. brian. >> bob tonight. another big story we are following this everyoning. former d.c. chair has an overnight curfew. a judge lashed out at brown for missing three court appointed pretrial phone check ins. fox 5's matt acklin has the story. >> former chairman of the council, kwame brown, was greeted by reporters and photographers as he walked into the federal courthouse and once again, as he left, brown seemed surprised by all of the attention. >> did you say anything? >> all these reporters are here. that's pretty disturbing. >> it was judge richard leon who seemed most disturbed. leon wanted to know why his presentencing orders were not being followed. what do you have to say about your conduct, he asked? brown apologized for wasting the court's time because he said he knew the importance of
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calling in. but when brown offered reasons why he didn't think he was violating the rules, leon continued to scold him. then ordered brown to check in with court officials in person each week. no longer by phone, and then added an overnight home curfew from 11:00 p.m. until 6:30 in the morning. >> that's all i could say. >> few words outside court from brown's attorney, fred cook. brown is just about a month away from being sentenced for bank fraud. and cook thinks his client now understands what to do before then. >> i think, you know, he has a clear understanding of what is in front of him. you know, so he's going to do what he needs to do. >> it's not the best idea to upset judge leon. he will be the one that sentences brown next month. he told brown in court today that he didn't want to see him back in front of him until that
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sentencing hearing next month. in the newsroom, matt acklin, fox 5 news. a maryland lawmaker will spend three years in probation. tiffany was accused of paying a law firm employee $800 in state money. sounds like he is a theft and using state funds for her wedding. he will have to pay back $800 to the state. a woman claims a sheriff deputy raped her at a local courthouse. more on her lawsuit and why she decided to go public with her story. also ahead tonight, quick thinking maryland teenagers jump into action after their bus driver passes out behind the wheel. tell us about their close call still ahead. >> i did everything they asked me to do, so i didn't think it was going be an issue. >> a terminally ill woman said she was humiliated. the embarrassing patdown that is getting national attention at 11:00. pamela howze: it just seems like such an...
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infringement on our lives. how dare they step into my life that way. it's none of their business. he's trying to restrict us, again. he's taking us backwards. george allen is the last thing we need in washington. anncr: the democratic senatorial campaign committee is... responsible for the content of this advertising.
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according to an independent, non-partisan study, barack obama and the liberals will raise taxes on the middle class by $4,000. the same organization says
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the plan from mitt romney and common sense conservatives is "not a tax hike on the middle class." want proof? read the non-partisan study for yourself at obama and his liberal allies? we can't afford four more years. i'm mitt romney and i approve this message. the death of a virginia newspaper reporter is officially been ruled a murder.
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a medical examiner says sarah greenhall was shot in the neck back in july. her body found in her burning home in upperville. so far, no arrests in her death. greenhall worked for the winchester star. a prince georges county sheriff deputy facing a $15 million lawsuit. he was accused of raping an inmate last summer. now the woman's lawyer says the deputy took pictures of her naked inside a holding cell. fox 5's paul wagner has the story. >> on june 19 of this year, precious reaves was locked up on a theft charge and scheduled to go before a judge in this upper marlboro courthouse. but according to police, she was escorted to a holding cell where she was ordered to disrobe by uniformed deputy. although fox 5 does not identify sex assault victims, reaves, through her attorney, decided ed to go public. the deputy took breaks during the assault to attend to his job. >> his walkie talkie went off.
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he said stay naked, i'll be right back. goes outside the cell, comes back, and begins to have sex with her again. >> his client felt she had no choice but do what the deputy said. >> she didn't see other guards. all she heard was someone calling on the radio. he told her not to put her clothes back on and he would be back. she didn't see any of the guards. >> the deputy was armed with a handgun when he escorted reaves into the holding cell, which was out of site for courthouse surveillance cameras. >> he started making comments towards her, about her abilities, things you would hear in a rated x movie. >> online court records show reaves remained locked up. deputy mcintyre was released on a $50,000 bond. mcintyre is facing a child on rape and sexual assault
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charges. as for the civil lawsuit, the deputy is named as a defendant as well as the state of maryland. as for precious reaves, she wanted to go public in hopes of helping other sex assault victims. in the fox 5 newsroom, i'm paul wagner. tsa agents found a loaded gun at reagan national airport and tonight, the passenger is facing charges. agents spotted this handgun. the airport authority took the gun, charged the man with a misdemeanor weapons charge. the passenger was allowed to continue on to a flight to dallas. >> what do you do if you are riding a school bus and your driver passes out. happened to some clarksburg high school students. thanks to quick thinking, one of the students, everybody is okay. after the driver lost control of the bus. fox 5's karen gray houston has the story. >> high school students take the bus to school early. it was about 6:40 a.m. friday when 17-year-old, dustin
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mitchem was on a bus and got a frightening jolt. he had been listening to music on his ipod. several other students had just good night on the bus. >> bus driver stopped abruptly and his head slumped down. >> they had been traveling when the bus driver had some kind of medical emergency. dustin rushed up front and tried to shake the driver awake. >> then, i picked up the bus radio and i radioed to them, you know, saying my bus driver blacked out, we need help. >> you can still see the bus tire tracks on the front lawn where the bus came to a halt. >> i got up and looked out my window. i saw a bus and flashing lights coming from everywhere. >> what were you thinking was happening? >> i thought the bus had a flat tire. >> saw the whole thing. >> came 10, 15 feet from hitting a pole. >> principal says the school is proud of how the students handled the emergency.
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dustin's parents are gushing with pride. >> we have no idea. as the bus was probably rolling towards the spot here, forward to the bus driver. >> i'm so proud of him. i'm so proud of the way he handled himself and he did, i know my husband didn't mention this, but he did call mom and tell me what was going on. >> dustin is a take charge kind of a guy who knows how to step up in a crisis. he says when he graduates from clarksburg high here, he's going to go to trade school and become an electrician. in montgomery county, karen gray houston, fox 5 news. dustin's family expressed concern about the health of the bus driver, but school officials have not released any information about his condition. most of us know how to handle d.c. traffic circles, that guy does not. he decided not to drive around
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logan circle. cruised arounded fountain there and decided to make a left turn on the walk sidewalk and go out. the website posted this video. she's an advocate for girl's education. she was nominated for a peace prize. now a teenage activist is in critical condition after the taliban targeted her. the shocking assassination attempt is coming up next. i approve this message. mitt romney: "i'm not in favor romney's being dishonest here an independent, non-partisan liberals will raise taxes on the chairman of that so-called romney's former company. gingrich was there too. it's not independent. it's just not true.
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a developing story nationwide. two democratic lawmakers want stricter oversight of certain kinds of pharmacies after fungal meningitis. one of them deadly. the state health department says two facilities in virginia received the steroid linked to the illness. one in roanoak. they may have been exposed. the steroid came from a
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compounding pharmacy, which custom makes medicines using more than one drug. we are following another story, the taliban is claiming responsibility for what many are calling a heinous crime. the shooting of a 14-year-old girl in pakistan. she was an activist for girl's education and other freedoms squashed by the taliban. jane reports. >> the taliban attacking a teen activist in pakistan. 14-year-old was shot twice by a gunman on a bus that was taking children home from school. >> an unknown gunman approached the school bus and asked. students told him that she is mulala and without having a conversation, he opened fire, hitting her forehead. >> she was air lifted to a military hospital after being shot in the head and neck. amazingly, she survived, but doctors are saying the next few days are critical. another girl was shot on the bus, but she's in stable condition. taliban claims responsibility for the shooting saying quote,
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this was a new chapter of obscenity and we have to finish this chapter. malala was admired across the valley in northwest pakistan for being an advocate for girl education. last year, she was nominated for the international children's peace prize. her father, who operates a private school, is also known for promoting education for girls. the u.s. state department strongly condemning the attack. >> directing violence at children is barbaric, it is cowardly, and our hearts go out to her and the others wounded as well as their families. >> the s.w.a.t. valley nicknamed the switzerland of pakistan was once a popular tourist destination. by 2008, the taliban controlled most of it. and has destroyed about 200 schools in the region. mostly girls institutions. jane, fox news. up next, new poll numbers
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sending shock waves through the campaign trail. this as sesame street calls out one of the campaigns. later, forget about waiting in line. how you can knock out your grocery shopping white waiting at a metro station. >> if you see a story you think we should look into, give us a call or
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this is fox 5 news at 10:00. >> tonight, a major poll says mitt romney pulled into the lead in the race for the white house. after a strong debate performance last week, a week of high profile events, romney is beating president obama by four points in the poll. fox 5's tom fitzgerald talked to the people who put it all together and has details. >> for mitt romney, the post debate bounce is stretching into its second week. >> that was a good debate. i enjoyed that debate. >> while president obama is looking to get back on track
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and back into the lead. >> we cannot afford to be complacent and cannot afford to be cynical. >> just last month, the pew research poll had president obama leading mitt romney 51-43 percent. now, pew says romney is leading with 49% to obama's 45%. >> the projectry this race changed dramatically. >> romney's post debate gains are across the board. on likeability, romney trails the president by one point. women say they changed their view of romney. he is up 6 points while the president is down 9. romney gained among independents who changed their view of him while again the president is down. >> romney has proven, i think, a lot with this debate. he stood toe to toe with the president. again, his favorable image improved sharply. >> meanwhile, the ad war is
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also heating up. the producers of sesame street have asked the obama campaign to take down an ad featuring big bird. which mocks romney's pledge to defund pbs. >> big bird,. >> the romney campaign is hitting back with new spots attacking the president's record on spending. >> obama's four deficits are the four largest in u.s. history. >> now showing up in the polls, he is putting even more importance on the next two debates to come. >> both presidential debates touched down in ohio tuesday night with mitt romney campaigning near youngstown and president obama at the ohio state university in columbus. the vice presidential candidates continue to prepare for their first debate thursday night in kentucky. in the newsroom, tom fitzgerald, fox 5 news. >> joining us now, fox 5 political analyst. mark, according to pew, which groups dropped off the most? >> this is really astounding
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numbers, brian. among women, he was up, the president was, by 18 points. now they are running even now. among people who are 50 and younger, a group very much favorable to president obama, a short time ago, president was up 17 points in that category and it's now even. and then among independents, he is losing too. so these are dramatic reversals for president obama from constituencies that were very much in his camp. >> romney saw a bump in every swing state, but why spending so much time in ohio these days? >> ohio, the mother of presidents. eight presidents from ohio. you're going to hear this ad and i add to it, no republican has ever been elected without winning ohio. the president was up by as much as 9. in one poll as much as 12 points. the president has had 17
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rallies. he spent more time in ohio than any other state. romney almost last week, brian, was writing ohio off. now they are spending four of the five days this week in ohio and he needs an inside strength. ohio, florida, and virginia, and then one other state, nevada, colorado, or iowa. but even with those long odds, which is described as an inside scrape, the president's camp is definitely nervous. >> let's talk about the upcoming vp debate this thursday. what is biden and perhaps ryan have to accomplish here? >> biden has to change the whole talk. the whole momentum. he has to come back and he's got to win the debate. paul ryan has never been on the national stage. paul ryan had served on the budget committee with chris. neighbor in congressman and that is who is going to play
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the stand in. ted olsen, the former solicitor general played biden to ryan. but biden has to come through. he has to elevate the spirits of the obama campaign. so it's very critical that he does well and changes the conversation. >> i think even the most die hard democrats are thinking, oh no. it all rests on biden right now. >> they don't want anymore gas and they want them to hold things for the president to come back in the final two debates. >> all right, fox 5 political analyst tonight. >> thank you. and of course, you know, vice president joe biden and paul ryan will go head to head thursday, but they are not the only ones looking for a debate related boost. all of danville, kentucky, is hoping to benefit. streets have been repaved. flowers planted, even stores are stocking up on merchandise.
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center college will play host. >> the campus has been transformed. for security, for logistical reasons. there's a will lot of activity going on. >> it hosted another vice presidential debate back in 2000. you can call it groceries on the go. how you can do your shopping while you are walking through a metro station. and later, would you let your kids swim in a pool with this tiger cub? one business is allowing people to take a dip with the big cat. how is this legal? we'll take a closer look coming up. america's biggest company is giving us their final financial outlook. mixed numbers. the giant did beat estimates for the latest quarter, but it fell last year and the company says a slowdown in china is cutting into demand for
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aluminum this year. but small businesses are feeling down. optimism falling among small businesses just last month. those potential tax hikes and spending cuts from the fiscal clip starting to get them worried. meanwhile, more businesses are keeping their workers close to home. a new report forecast ago ing a drop in the number of business trips this year. companies waiting for the world economy to improve. and forget about the economy. the big question at the next presidential debate, what is your favorite pizza? pizza hut saying it will give away free pizza for life anyone asking president obama and mitt romney if they prefer sausage or pep peperoni. you have to ask them during their town hall debate next week. that's business, i'm neil kavuto.  [ male announcer ] citibank's app for ipad
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mother nature's cool like that. mobile check deposit. easier banking. standard at citibank. a mcdonald's employee claims she won the megamillions jackpot is being sued by her coworkers. they claim wilson hatched a plot to hide the millions she won. lottery officials say the suit has no merit because wilson didn't win. three public schoolteachers had the winning ticket, but some of wilson's coworkers are convinced wilson did win. they believe wilson paid the teachers a million bucks to come forward so she wouldn't have to share her winnings with her coworkers. lottery officials call that story wishful thinking. he died trying to win a snake and shortly after winning an insect eating contest. investigators say edward died after the competition in florida. he ate dozens of live dock
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cock cockroaches and worms and then got sick. >> right now, there's a lot of questions. >> he entered that contest trying to win a python. an autopsy will determine exactly what caused his death. 30 people also competed in that bug eating contest, but arch was the only person that got sick. coming up, a proposal that drivers may not want to hear. gas prices already high and drivers in one local county may have to pay more. we'll tell you why. and, a night on the town almost turned deadly. how a common bartender's trick led to an emergency surgery at 11:00. pamela howze: it just seems like such an...
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infringement on our lives. how dare they step into my life that way. it's none of their business. he's trying to restrict us, again. he's taking us backwards. george allen is the last thing we need in washington.
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i need your help... i just served my mother-in-law your chicken noodle soup but she loved it so much... i told her it was homemade. well...everyone tells a little white lie now and then. but now she wants my recipe well...i'm not at liberty to give that out, but we do use tender chunks of white meat chicken in an herb & spice broth. come on that's it? i need the recipe. you gotta help me out! [ clears his throat ] [ softly ] she's right behind me isn't she? like a ninja! [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. hitting the grocery store on the way home from work took on a whole new meaning. d.c. is the latest city that allow you to start shopping on the spot. consumer reporter, laura evans shows us where you'll find them and how it works. >> walking through metro on your way to work and you realize you are running low on milk.
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need to do laundry, but you don't have the soap. you might not be passing by a grocery store, but you could be passing a virtual grocery aisle and that milk or soap could be at your home before you get home. >> anything that will make my life easier is something i would try. >> it's pretty cool. >> it really does strike people when they are in a place like a subway station, which you wouldn't expect to see a grocery shelf. >> teamed up with national brands for the project. you could call it interactive advertising. a new twist on shopping as pea pod tries to target the super busy commuter who spends an hour in transit or waiting for transportation. >> we get people thinking about it and they would down load the app and realize they can shop anywhere, not just in a train station. they could shop on the soccer field. really wherever they are. >> once you down load the peapod mobile app, you scan the bar code on ad and it adds the product to your cart. the items on these billboards
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are staples in my households, cereal and milk, coffee ask cleaning supplies, pasta and tissue. once you are on the app x , you can choose from 1,000 different products. perhaps, greater control of the money you are spending. >> you see your running total all the time. from a budget perspective, you know how much you want to spend. you get over that amount, you start taking stuff out of your cart. >> if i had a smart phone, i would do that. >> if the food came out of my phone, i'd do it. >> peapod says they will soon be at every major transportation railway in the d.c. area. in the newsroom, laura evans, fox 5 news. line up for hours hoping to sker the biggest deal on what has been one of the biggest shopping days of the year. people walk away from black friday disappointed. that's a result from a new report. they gathered data from more than 50 retailers. while some door buster deals,
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the quantities are limited and chances of getting them slim. already talking about black friday, huh? >> the hard part is trying to find a parking space. >> i tried it once. >> i tried it last year with my oldest son, we got to target and the line was down the street and around the corner and around the block. we got back in the car and left. >> is that right? >> didn't seem like fun. >> we want the retailers to do well, that's for sure. a good sign for the economy. another good sign weather wise, how about sun. might be nice, right? otherwise we're going to be scraping the barnacles off. they have been hanging tough tonight and don't be surprised as we look at the temple, which is sparkling through the clouds and haze that we may have more clouds tomorrow morning. don't let that take you by surprise. our weather headline, we expect more patchy fog and maybe even some patches of drizzle overnight. it is showing up in a few
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spots. best chances will be east of 95 tomorrow morning, but again, i expect the clouds to still be there in the morning and should get better as we go through the rest of the morning. that's what is going to be going on. let's check out your weekday planner. tomorrow morning, showing you drizzle, but by the noon hour, i think the sun is going to be back out great for the nats game, as we talked about at the beginning of our broadcast. 70 degrees tomorrow. a nice jump up from what we had today, which was in the 60s. now a front comes through tomorrow afternoon. we think it's going to come through dry. as it comes through, the breeze picks up and might be a deck of clouds around 5:00, 6:00, and it drops our temperature on thursday. back down bout 62 degrees. so we are definitely beginning to trend down a little bit. we still have one or two warm days in this seven-day forecast. meanwhile, 64 degrees today is below average. dulles at 62. bwi coming in at 61 degrees. we have not fallen very far because the clouds clouds,
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hanging tough tonight. a lot warmer than it was last night. we have a few freeze warnings, but that's because your skies may clear sooner and where the skies clear tonight, you might have fog as well. you can see what is going on in satellite and radar. harder to detect drizzle. there has been a little bit moving across baltimore. we have the clouds. slightly better chance as we get to the other side of the bay and been watching moisture that is off the coast. riding up the coast, that's what that area of low pressure that has been keeping us in. it is beginning to move away. up on deck already, here comes the frontal boundary. we think most of this is going to go to our north and looks to us like it's going to come through dry tomorrow. the front will be lining up with the mountains in the early morning and by mid afternoon. it's going to swing through our area. again, it will be warm ahead of
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it. breezy after it passes on through. then we are back to sunshine on thursday, but cool temperatures too. that high pressure will bring in the northwest breeze. that will drop our temperatures back down by some 8 degrees cooler than what we will hear tomorrow. overnight, cloudy, drizzle here and there and some fog. we only drop to 51 degrees, not as chilly as we have been. there will be a few upper 40s, but for the most part, it's not going to be a cold night thanks to the clouds, fog, and drizzle. that's a round in the early morning at 53 degrees. sun should be back by the noon hour. certainly starting to breakthrough at 67 degrees. and by 5:00, about 68. but sometime between noon and 5:00, we're going to top out about 70 degrees tomorrow. here's your forecast in terms of what we are expecting temperature wise. 70 for d.c. and quantico. 66 for dulles and 65 for frederick with breeze in the afternoon. i think really great weather for game three at 1:00 at nats park. here's your fox 5 seven-day
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forecast. 70-degree day tomorrow. a couple cooler days on thursday and friday. nice and bright, nice and energizing. saturday looking good. we are keeping the trend going for the weekend. 7 73 degrees expected. a couple showers around on monday at 75 and tuesday looks like it will come in at 71 degrees with a mix of sun and clouds. >> a nice looking seven-day. thank you, sue. all right, we have seen people swim with sharks, maybe even the dolphins. how about this one? a private zoo in florida is offering visitors a chance to swim with tiger cubs. critics say it can be dangerous. visitors are protected. stef has more. >> get it. >> tony the tiger cub is making quite a splash at dave city's wild things. a private zoo rescue and rehab center in pasco county. you can interact with monkeys or swim with this six week old
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siberian cub. critics wonder, just like alligator attractions that came under fire for their swim parties, are big cats and kids an appropriate pairing? >> with an animal, there's always a risk. you are in there with at least one of the trainers in the water with you. >> president and head trainer, randy stern, says tigers are natural swimmers with webbing between their toes. there are no laws regulating swimming with tigers. >> they are very strong, but also very well trained. that's why a lot of those don't let you interact because they don't have the staff or knowledge to do it. >> to his knowledge, he has the only place in the u.s. you can do this. >> tigers by state law, like tony here, can be with the public until they are 40- pounds. >> that's with a leash. state law says it's okay for big cats 25-pounds or less to be handled with only a trainer's restraint. a trainer must be present.
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and all wildlife shall be exhibited in a manner that prevents injuries to the public and to the animals. but swimming with tony is not cheap. you sign a general release and for $200, you can frolic for 30 minutes in the water on the lawn or even help out with his bottle feeding. >> tony is a growing boy. he's going to eat four of these a day. in the end, he's going to wind up just like his dad. well over 1,000 pounds. >> you can swim with a 4-foot gator here, too. >> man versus gator. it's just alley. >> alley the alligator. her mouth is taped up and you can join her in the pool with a trainer. >> we don't take it to other places. we use our swimming facilities here. >> i don't know about swimming with tigers, gators, or anything else. coming up next, a holiday tradition is coming to the silver screen. plus, as the x factor judges narrow down the contestants, the show is about to get new
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star power. the celebrity guest mentors talk about their roles coming up. >> and a termly ill woman calls out the tsa. how she claims security agents humiliated her at an airport next.
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dorothy's famous ruby red slippers are on their way to london tonight. the shoes will go on display at the albert museum. for decades, they have been here in the district. the albert museum wanted these slippers for its hollywood costume exhibit. the slippers are on loan for six weeks. they will be back in d.c. by thanksgiving. charlie brown and his peanut pals are headed to the big screen. the beloved characters will star in their own animated film. it will be the 65th anniversary
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of the peanut's comic strip. the x factor kicks into high gear. anita has the latest from hollywood. >> you only get to sing one song. >> finishing off the boot camp phase on the x-factor, the judges continue to narrow down the contestants. only 24 will travel to brittany, simon, demi, and l.a.'s home. joined by celebrity mentors to help decide their fate. >> that's exactly the group that i wanted. >> it's going to be tough. >> this is when you get to separate from the other three judges. you're one on one. much more control of the situation. you are choosing the material. >> the challenges, it's going to be hard having to be in a situation to tell them no and make them go home. >> fact that i'm in the position now where i can help somebody and take somebody under my wings is just an
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incredible feeling. >> you have some good news for me. >> audience will find which teams the judges will be coaching. word is, l.a. reid is not happy with his while brittany on the other hand, seems to be feeling very confident. >> oh yes, they are winners in my category. >> for the mentors who include mark anthony, justin bieber, will iam and nick jonas. this is a time to do what they do best. >> there's something sexy about her. >> part of the challenge with the role that i have taken on in this part of the show and helping demi is that, you know, i have to play devil's advocate and say they are all challenging. >> ask if i want to get down and you know, mentor the kids with her. and i was like, yeah. are you crazy? >> what i witnessed today, especially coming in cold, is i


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